By Terry J. Lyons, Michael J. Caruana, Thierry Lévy
Each yr younger mathematicians congregate in Saint Flour, France, and hear prolonged lecture classes on new issues in likelihood concept.
The aim of those notes, representing a path given by means of Terry Lyons in 2004, is to supply a simple and self aiding yet minimalist account of the most important effects forming the root of the idea of tough paths. The proofs are just like these within the present literature, yet were subtle with the advantage of hindsight. the speculation of tough paths goals to create the proper mathematical framework for expressing the relationships among evolving structures, by means of extending classical calculus to the common versions for noisy evolving platforms, that are frequently faraway from differentiable.
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